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Battle of the Smoothies

My mission is to find out if Tropical Smoothie Cafe or Jamba Juice is better. Tropical Smoothie Cafe (Tropical)  and Jamba Juice (Jamba) are two stores frequently visited by New Berlin West students during Flex, lunch, study hall, and after school. Tropical and Jamba are both known for their varieties of smoothies. Tropical also has breakfast and lunch food, such as egg wraps, sandwiches, and sal…

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